In the last 24 hours, dry weather prevailed over most parts of North Interior Karnataka and adjoining parts of South Interior Karnataka. However, few southern districts of South Interior Karnataka experienced light to moderate rain and thundershower activities with heavy showers in isolated pockets.
In the last 24 hours from 08:30 am on Saturday, Bengaluru’s HAL Observatory recorded 45 mm of rain, followed by Bengaluru city 58 mm.
All these weather activities have mainly occurred, due to the presence of an easterly trough extending from Comorin region to Rayalaseema across Interior Tamil Nadu and South Interior Karnataka.
Now further, we expect this system to shift westwards and extend along the western coast up to South Madhya Maharashtra.
Therefore, during the next 12 to 18 hours, most places of South Interior Karnataka will experience cloudy weather with light to moderate rain and thundershower at some places. Thereafter, weather activity will shift over to North Interior Karnataka.
In fact, capital city Bengaluru will observe partly cloudy sky. Along with this, rain and thundershowers are also very likely. Maximum and minimum temperatures are expected to settle around 30˚C and 17˚C, respectively.
Places like Chitradurga, Madikeri, Bengaluru, Shimoga, Haveri and Devanagari will observe rain and thundershower activities.
In wake of these rains, day temperature will decrease marginally over southern parts of Karnataka and increase over North Interior Karnataka. However, after 24 hours, temperature pattern will once again reverse, and maximums will rise.
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